For many people, the process of dealing with a car accident can quickly become overwhelming. Many car accident victims will also quickly realize that they simply aren’t equipped to handle their situation on their own, including facing severe injuries, high medical bills and time away from work. Yet, they will still hesitate to contact a […]Read More
How Is Fault Determined in a Washington Car Accident Case?
Understanding how fault is determined in a Washington car accident case can be important after a serious wreck that involves injuries. If you were hurt in a crash, you are entitled to fair compensation, but you must be able to prove someone else was at least partially at fault to recover the damages you deserve. […]Read More
Can You Sue Someone for Leaving the Scene of an Accident?
Leaving the scene of an accident that involved injuries is not permitted in Washington. Unfortunately, drivers who are involved in wrecks may react negatively due to confusion, fear, or guilt. This is especially true if the driver was operating the vehicle without a valid license, was driving while impaired, or felt responsible for the crash. […]Read More
Who Is at Fault in a Rear-End Accident in Washington?
When determining who is at fault in a rear-end accident, the answer is generally the rear or “approaching” vehicle. However, that is not always the case. Depending on the details of a wreck, either one – or both – of the drivers involved could be at fault. It’s important to discuss your situation with a […]Read More
What Happens if My Car Accident Is on Private Property?
If you were hurt in a car accident on private property, it is important to understand how the law protects you. You will need to know what happened and why in order to collect the financial compensation you deserve. In cases of car accident injuries on private property, it is in your best interest to […]Read More